While we haven't seen an official press release, in today's social networking age this might be the next best thing.
AT&T has posted on their Facebook Page that their next Windows Phone, the HTC HD7S, will be available starting June 5, 2011 for $199.99 after two-year contract discounts. No word on out of contract pricing but our guess is in the neighborhood of $499.99.
With the ealier news on the HTC Trophy coming to Verizon, it looks like the end of May/first of June will be an exciting time for both AT&T and Verizon customers.
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Thats very interesting KI am wondering when ATT will be finished with their testing or whatever they want to characterize it on the certificate update to 7392 and get it out to all ATT focus owners? The silence from ATT and/or Samsung is deafening
Um giving how long AT&T sends out updates and i must admit i do want this phone because i currently use the HD7 **Hence my s/n** I cannot get this phone. I will wait for the next wave of Microsoft phones to come out, all will have Super LCD screen or super AMOLED Plus screens and will have better hardware which should be out by the end of this year. I just hope their first wave of phones have at least one 4.3 inch screen because i can not imagine having anything smaller.
I have the HD7 on tmobile and honestly I wouldn't worry too much about the HD7S... considering most people apply some sort of screen protector anyway reducing screen quality. I had the tmobile fingerprint/glare resistant screen protector on my HD7 from day 1. I recently removed it and was shocked at how bright and clear the screen really is. For me right now I'd like a better camera. the HTC Bresson looks like it will be my next phone. I never was a big fan of Nokia unless MS gives the special treatment with features/hardware I don't see myself buying one.
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